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Articles by M.N.Islam
Total Records ( 2 ) for M.N.Islam
  M.M.Haque , M.A.B. Siddique , M.B.Meah and M.N.Islam
  Two fungicides namely Tilt 250 EC (Propiconazole 500 ppm) and Ridomil 72 wp (Metalaxyl 1140 ppm) and two organic soil amendments namely ash and sesame oil cake (@ 2% kg-1 soil) were tested as means of control measure against foot rot of brinjal at two growth stages of plants in a field experiment during Kharif-I and Kharif-II (wet) season. Ridomil 72 wp was less effective than Tilt 250 EC in percent inhibition of linear growth (mm) of S. rolfsii in vitro. All the disease control treatments were significantly effective in controlling foot rot, with highest percent plant recovered by Tilt 250 EC applied as curative as well as preventive measure. Tilt 250 EC also significantly reduced percent infection when used as preventive measure. Among the organic soil amendments, ash was better even than Ridomil at early flowering stage and equally effective with sesame oil cake at peak fruiting stage as curative control measure. Sesame oil cake was better as preventive control measure of foot rot at peak fruiting stage.
  M. H. Ali , M.A.S. Khan , M.N.Islam , M.K.I. Khan , M.M. Rashid and M. J. Khatun
  The study was undertaken to compare the productive and reproductive performance of crossbred and indigenous cows as well as the relative profitability of crossbred and indigenous cows under small holder dairy farming. From this study it was seen that the milk yield and lactation period were 4.10 litre/day and 266 day respectively in crossbred and 2.28 litre/day and 220 days respectively in indigenous cows. The variation in the length of post partum heat period and calving to first services were not statistically significant between the crossbred and indigenous cows. The length of calving interval were statistically significant be to crossbred and indigenous cows. Among the costs (Feed cost, housing cost labor cost, housing cost labor cost, treatment cost and A.I. charge), except the housing costs all costs were statistically significant (p<0.01) between the crossbred and indigenous cows. The returns (sale proceeds of milk, value of cowdung, value of calf and price of empty gunny bags) of the crossbreds were higher than the indigenous cows.
 
 
 
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